WORLD LEADER
IN PASSIVE
DYNAMIC GLASS

World Leader in Passive Dynamic Glass

Suntuitive is the world-leading provider of truly passive Dynamic Glass. Suntuitive’s thermochromic technology comes with intelligence built-in and is not dependent on any external systems or power sources, other than the sun’s solar energy. Suntuitive is a resilient technology that always works!

A Truly Passive Technology, Solar-Powered

Passive design takes advantage of the environment to maintain a comfortable temperature range in a building or home. Typically, passive design reduces, and in some cases eliminates, the need for auxiliary heating or cooling. Suntuitive Dynamic Glass helps to control solar heat gain and solar heat loss through all seasons. Additionally, Suntuitive doesn’t depend on an additional power source, so no energy input is required in order for the glass to function, other than direct sunlight.

Passive Survivability

Since Suntuitive is solar-powered and doesn’t depend on any other power sources, the glass will continue to tint in the event of an electrical power loss or brown-out.  Suntuitive’s passive survivability makes it a resilient technology, and in turn, helps make buildings more resilient as well, protecting against natural forces, power outages, and brown-outs.

Passive Surveillance

Because dynamic glass lessens dependence on shading systems that block the view, Suntuitive offers passive surveillance, enabling sight lines and views of the street from inside the building, which adds to building safety, especially important for schools, hospitals, and residential structures. Suntuitive Dynamic Glass is the perfect solution to building entrances where monitoring the coming and going of building occupants is of importance.

Sustainable

Passive technology means that Suntuitive Passive Dynamic Glass supports sustainable building practices. The use of Suntuitive Dynamic Glass in a building promotes comfortable temperatures inside and reduces energy cost. Suntuitive can even contribute to LEED and BREEAM certification and since it also creates a more livable interior space it is also a good fit for buildings trying to achieve WELL certification.

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